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and u.s. airways, find out if it will affect travel prizes, next. >> the rain is starting to clear out to the east and we're watching the next batch of moisture. we will have details coming up. here is a live look at ocean city and it is foggy there. the rain is 32 and along the coast. in baltimore, is 46 deg >> more and more signs point to a likely merger brief -- between american airlines and united airways with a formal announcement perhaps coming this week. what would this mean for ticket prices? >> if you already bought -- thought you were paying a lot to fly, a merger between american airlines and usair was could add insult to injury. >> this is the fourth mega- merger in three years. >> in the long term, there will be less competition and this will raise ticket prices. in the short term, we are already going to seek higher prices. >> there are bright spots to this potential merger. travelers may have a better experience in the long run. >> you'll get on airplanes and there is moonlighting and you will look up and the bins will hold your bag. you will sit down in seats that were
running out -- for this storm. is quickly. >> according to cnn, nearly 3000 u.s. flights have already been grounded for today and tomorrow. many airlines are offering free rebooking. united and southwest airlines are also including chicago. the snow and when prompted amtrak to halt service between new york and boston this afternoon. you can see the interactive radar contract updates and see pictures and video of the areas hardest hit by the storm on our web site, wbaltv.com. at least eight people are in the hospital following a carbon monoxide scare in east baltimore. baltimore city fire crews responded to the 1600 block of north broadway. we are told that a furnace in the home of function, leading to high carbon monoxide readings. about an hour later, crews responded to his side elementary school for another co scare. officials found high carbon monoxide readings in the boiler room. no one required treatment and they continued as usual. a mother is charged with murdering her young daughter and disposing of the body. chelsea booth told investigators that she killed her 2-year-old daughter
of protecting the middle class. >> he will demonstrate how we have to invest in manufacturing, making the u.s. a magnet for job growth, preparing our work force, and making sure that if you work hard, you can earn a good living. >> congress has two weeks to reach a budget deal to cut the deficit or face $85 billion in automatic spending cuts. the president is continuing an old argument with a balance of spending cuts and revenues. >> let us know one thing, when the ballots? >> gun-control is also on tonight's agenda. house democrats are bringing those affected by gun violence as their guests. from domestic battles to international unrest, president obama will have strong words for north korea who this morning conducted its third nuclear test. in a statement, the president called it a highly provocative act and promised to pursue firm action. in afghanistan, the president is expected to detail the end of the u.s.-led war there, promising 40,000 troops will be home by this time next year. florida senator rubio will deliver the republican response. following the address, the president leaves on
on the u.s. by hacking into our online systems. >> it is something we're working on constantly and we will take necessary measures to enhance our cybersecurity. >> the white house wants fines and other sanctions as part of a more aggressive stance on cyberattacks, especially those from china the news comes a couple of days after a firm linked to a chinese military units was accused of stealing secrets. countries spying on other countries online is nothing new, according to cyber security experts. but what is different about the china hack is the focus of u.s. infrastructure. >> that could give them leverage to either launch an attack or just have political leverage in knowing the vulnerabilities of our nation. >> officials in beijing and said they had nothing to do with the cyberattacks exposed, pointing out that china has been a victim, too. >> most of the attacks come from the united states. >> president obama signed an executive order to strengthen the cyber security by giving things like sharing more information. hallie jackson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> have you heard that the price to
half of the u.s. forces in afghanistan will withdraw by early next year to nato secretary general says that the announcement is part of the game plan. >> president obama's announcement yesterday is in full accordance with the road map we have outlined. we will gradually hand over responsibility to the afghans. that process will be completed by the end of 2014. from now until the end of 2014, you will see a gradual drawdown of international troops. >> to withdraw will bring 34,000 american troops home from afghanistan. today is the fourth day aboard the carnival cruise ship triumph without power. an engine fire stranded the cruise ship in the gulf of mexico. there are 2000 working toilets on board, but many passengers on board. another ship has brought food and supplies, but the triumph will not make it to port until tonight at the earliest. carnival's president apologized, but relatives of -- families of those say that the company is telling a different story on board. >> pretty isolated in nature. lower rain across the lower eastern shore. heaviest is further down to the south across
,000 of its vehicles in the u.s. and canada. those models include the 1 series coup and convertibles from 2008 through 2012. and the sports car from 2009 through 2011. if you on any of the affected vehicles, have your vet to have your battery connector replace. gas prices in parts of maryland are now costing $4 per gallon. the average price of a gallon of gas is -- nearly jumped 40 cents this past month. economists attribute the heights to crude oil prices. >> supply is low because a few months ago opec made a decision to reduce production by 1 million barrels per day. >> the winter price despite this dramatic is unprecedented and they predict prices will continue to rise throughout the spring. >> now for the weather forecast with a the emery. >> we are tracking rain across maryland. even now towards hagerstown, they have seen snow over the past couple of hours. temperatures above the freezing mark have kept this from freezing. we can see the rain continued to push up ports and to the east, it is affecting parts of the eastern shore. delaware into their cheesy. this is a sliver of sleet leftov
to work with us. >> officials even fear the cuts could make the u.s. more vulnerable to terror attacks. >> there are people who work for the federal government support for agencies that have no choice but to either lay people off or use the furlough process. that is going to happen. >> senator carte blanche says he does not believe a deal will happen by the deadline but he is confident lawmakers will receive -- will reach a compromise before the citizens of maryland ever feel the effect of sequestration. and if a compromise cannot be released -- cannot bereached. -- cannot be reached, he met with the security officials. the next time you go to an orioles are ravens game you may not see smoking areas. the policy of a complete ban on smoking goes into effect next week. officials of both teams say they will announce policies to accommodate smokers who wish to do so. the vatican is getting ready for pope benedict's final public audience on wednesday. and thompson reports from the vatican. >> we have new details about pope benedict 16's life after he stepped down. he will be called pope eme
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